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Four guys met in a bar, got plastered in hard liquor and then wondered how would death metal sound if you lowered the strings to the lowest tuning possible.
After noticing that fast riffs don't go well together with subterranean tunings and opiate influence, we shifted our attention towards the state at which we perceive the noise that comes out of amplified speakers, and what it does to our three parts of the psychic apparatus.
Thus the grand idea was born; to play instruments in a pitch black room, at peak volumes and under heavy intoxication.
In this meditative form the mental projection of our feelings comes firstly through hands and straight into the riff, enabling us to experience what we think is the ultimate goal of a musician: a feeling,or better yet,a sensation (pleasant or unpleasant) is passed from the projectionist to the listener,and there it boils and expands.
The host must decide if he will keep this sensation and try to decipher it's meaning, or render it unimportant and leave it's pattern embedded into his subconscious. Dangers that come from both ways of action are not unimportant but such decisions are very common in our day to day routine, we are exposed to brain-terrorism every day.
It is only that after accepting to truly let yourself go and immerse into the idea that your mental state can be adjusted by others; you can finally act and preemptively prepare your consciousness to attempt the goal of this text without any hazard.
Either way all this nonsense is probably unimportant to a regular Facebook user aka Mr. Simpleton Sheep, but that person who understood this text actually possesses a brain. Sadly that is a feat worth admiring nowadays, as the internet is plagued by hordes of zombified potatoes who when challenged by few extra paragraphs skip all this nonsense and run for their coloring books..."mommy look at the pretty colors in the pictures".
If indeed you posses a brain then we applaud you and invite you enjoy or hate our music, and please do let us know.
May 26, 2012 Subject:
Holy mother fucker I love this album!!!
Holy mother fucker I love this album!!! Now how come when I go to the bar and get plastered I don’t meet four guys wondering how, would death metal sound if you lowered the strings to the lowest tuning possible. No being in South Florida I get the fuckers with way too much glossy gel in their hair, trying to slam dance to Lady Gaga…poor poor me.
This album is fantastic for any occasion whether just going all out on an abusive 3 hour vibrator session or setting the back yard on fire because your bonfire got out of control… it all makes for some great memories.
This album may produce some melancholy emotions especially with Charred it's magnificent….so play with caution.
Favorite tracks on this album are Left for the Wolves and Charred.